Holidays to Kalo Livadi
Kalo Livadi's beach is Mykonos's prized possession, with its sweeping sands and clean seas perfect for sunbathing and watersports alike. Kalo Livadi itself is a small farming community with few tourist attractions, but the nearby town of Ano Mera is home to a number of historic sites. A 20 minute drive away, Mykonos Town is packed with restaurants, bars, boutiques and galleries, perfect for busier days on the island, so be sure to rent a car.
This 600 metre long beach is the biggest on the island, with family friendly shallow waters good for watersports.
Agia Anna beach
Lined with sunbeds and umbrellas, this shingle beach is near to Kalafatis and has a quiet tavern serving refreshments.
The Mykonos windmills
A landmark of the island, these windmills were built in the 16th Century and are now accompanied by a small museum.
Monastery of Paleokastro
Dating back to the 1100s, this ancient site is home to an 18th Century nunnery and the remains of a Byzantine castle.
Kalo Livadi's shallow lifeguarded waters make it perfect for kayaking, so hire a kayak and head out on the quiet waters.
Starting from Mykonos Town, this 4x4 tour shows you the island's lighthouses, abandoned mines and a Venetian Castle.
Grounded in the island's agricultural tradition, this pie like potato omelette is still served on the island today.
Mykonos's traditional favourite cheese is soft in texture and sprinkled with pepper, best eaten with bread and tomato.
Located on Kalo Livadi beach, this bar has a relaxed atmosphere, serving a range of drinks to lounge music.
A tiki style beach club, this bar sits on Kalo Livadi's beach and is known for its excellent cocktails and snacks.
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